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RTÉ - The Late Debate
Tuesday 27th September

RTÉ - The Late Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:08


Damien English, Minister of State for Business, Employment & Retail; Seán Fleming, Minister of State at the Department of Finance; Neasa Hourigan, Green Party TD for Dublin Central; Ged Nash, Labour Party TD for Louth; Claire Kerrane, Sinn Féin TD for Roscommon-Galway; Ian Kehoe, The Currency; Dr Laura Bambrick, Irish Congress of Trade Unions

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts
11-1 Monday 26th of September 2022

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:50


Does finding your dream home just feel completely out of reach? HOW TO BUY A HOME a new tv show on Virgin media wants to help you, property expert Liz O Kane is on the lookout for participants for the show she joined us for a chat. The Louth international film festival screens the powerful new documentary about Sinead O Connor plus lots more festival director Jay Javeri joined me, Louis Walsh has a new boy band and two of the members are from Meath are they the next Westlife? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts
The Michael Reade Show Thursday 22nd of September 2022

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 73:17


The Cost of Living Coalition protest, call for the Russian ambassador to be expelled from Ireland , seminar in Louth aims to increase the diversity of women in local government, and Minister Stephen Donnelly accused of being ageist over Dealgan Nursing Home review........just some of the topics covered today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

RTÉ - The Late Debate
Thursday 22nd September

RTÉ - The Late Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 54:20


Fergus O'Dowd, Fine Gael TD for Louth; Lynn Boylan, Sinn Féin Senator; Michael Fitzmaurice, Independent TD for Roscommon-Galway; Gerard Howlin, Public Affairs consultant and former Political Adviser

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts
The Michael Reade Show Tuesday 20th of September 2022

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 78:44


Warning of mental health emergency amid cost of living crisis, Senator Shane Cassells on future on Navan Hospital, energy supports urged for pubs, the LPT tax rate in Louth and people outside of Dublin less likely to have a pension ......some of the topics covered today Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Today with Claire Byrne
The Gathering

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 35:50


Peadar Toibín, Leader, Aontu & TD for Meath West, Elaine Loughlin, Deputy Political Editor of the Irish Examiner, Gabija Gateveckaite, Political Reporter, Irish Independent, Ged Nash, Labour TD for Louth & East Meath, Niall Collins, Minister of State and Fianna Fáil TD for Limerick County

LMFM Late Lunch
Late Lunch Wednesday September 14th 2022

LMFM Late Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 64:16


A Spicer Family member picks up the story, no one wants greyhounds, Garth for Country & Monaghan, CS Lewis and the Louth connection... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts
The Michael Reade Show Wednesday September 14th 2022

LMFM Michael Reade Show Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 75:47


In a show special on the energy crisis we spoke to businesses across Louth and Meath about the challenges they face to stay afloat amid the astronomical rise in the cost of energy and the increase in food products. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts
11-1 Wednesday 14th of September2022

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 49:50


Today on the show, Sinéad felt sorry for King Charles who cannot seem to find a suitable pen to write with, could Richard Daly of Irish Pens have a pen fit for a king? Pop rock group Horizon who met through Music generation Louth debut at Vantastival this weekend, they joined Sinéad in studio plus the Meath publisher opening a 200 year old Joycean building for culture night. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Niall Boylan Show
"there are no dentists Meath, Louth & Kildare for medical card holders"

The Niall Boylan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 22:33


On Wednesday's show medical card holders spoke to Niall about the frustration of not being able to obtain a dentist appointment.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LMFM Late Lunch
Late Lunch Wednesday August 17th 2022

LMFM Late Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 60:54


Caitriona Redmond - can she do it? Yes she can - a meal for less than €1 a head! His former school principal at St Mary's College in Dundalk, Alan Craven, had glowing praise for former student and Ireland's fastest man Israel Olatunde. Louth's local Food Hero Maria Flynn is still on Cloud 9, Kevin Murphy is onto something big with his 2GoCup, Shona Madden addressed some common problems with wills and our week of Hot Chocolate rolled on.. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts
11-1 Tuesday 16th of August 2022

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 50:16


How accessible is your workplace to those living with a disability from a consumer perspective as well as a potential employee? The Louth branch of Network Ireland will host a panel discussion to local business owners on the importance of ensuring your company is more inclusive. Professor Tom Cooney and Carmel Mc Carthy director of EMS and associates joined Sinéad to discuss. From Ogham writing to tea at Slane Castle there's lots to enjoy this week in the local area for heritage week, Shirley Clerkin Heritage officer with Monaghan County council had all the details. Plus as the Marty Whelan tattoo goes viral Sinéad asked listeners if they have any tattoos and do they regret getting inked? Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

WeAreLouth
Ep 209: Louth Gerry Reilly Winners and Tonights #leagueallaboutit SHOW and CHAMPOD TIME

WeAreLouth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 15:00


Louth won the Gerry Reilly Cup for the first time in their history here is how it happened then you'll hear Sunday's #LeagueAllAboutit SHOW plus Sign up now for all 12 CHAMPODS NOW www.patreon.com/louthandProud

Today with Claire Byrne
Heatwave-like conditions across the country for coming days

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 23:12


Gerry Murphy, Senior Forecaster at Met Éireann; Dr. Amy Morgan, GP in Louth; Michael Irwin, Irwin's Megastore in Midleton, Cork; Yasmin Khan, Co-owner of Teddy's Ice Cream; Sarah Morris, Correspondent in Spain for France24 Television

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts
11-1 Wednesday 10th of August 2022

LMFM 11-1 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 52:29


Sinéad is back in the hot seat after her holidays, cannonball founder Alan Bannon from Kiltale is bringing 200 supercars and novelty cars and a famly festival fun to Trim as the largest European road trip event returns, he joined us for a chat. Filmmaker Roisin Kearney joined Sinéad to discuss her involvement in the first ever Boyne Valley International film festival on this weekend and Cú Cuchulainn cycling club gear up to host their women's lap of Louth cycle as part of Sports Ireland 'Her outdoors' initiative. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

WeAreLouth
OUT NOW Ep 208: Fechin Paddy Kelly winners 2022

WeAreLouth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 18:00


Louth senior hurling final day report with reaction from Fechins winning joint-captain Peter Fortune. Congratulations to the sea-siders and Champod Announcement Sign up and Support now https://www.patreon.com/posts/knockbridge-or-69902195

Documentary on One - RTÉ Documentaries

The so-called Zodiac Killer terrorised the San Francisco community in the 1960s. Fifty years later, a man from county Louth is joining hundreds of online sleuths to try to crack the notorious unsolved case. Can he crack the alibi of one of the main suspects? When his alibi is hanging out with anarchists in Derry, maybe he can. (2022) Narrated by Nicoline Greer. Produced by Damien O'Sullivan and Nicoline Greer. Sound Supervision by Ciarán Cullen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Today with Claire Byrne
The Gathering

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 27:48


Senator Erin McGreehan – Fianna Fail Senator from Louth & Spokesperson on Children, Equality, Disability & Integration, Paul Murphy - People Before Profit, Dublin South West, Christina Finn, Political Correspondent, thejournal.ie, Dr. Jennifer Kavanagh Law Lecturer, South East Technological University

Catholic Women Preach
The Lamplighters with Jackie Minnock

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 5:41


Preaching for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jackie Minnock, B.Th, M.Phil, offers a reflection on being lamplighters to one another: "We all have a part to play in this journey of faith – in this journey of believing in something greater than self. The process is laid out in today's readings. We are called to be light to others, using the gifts we have been given. We are called to allow others to light the way for us too." Jackie Minnock was born in Dublin Ireland. She contracted Polio when she was a year old and is proud to be known as a Polio Survivor. Jackie now lives about an hour north of Dublin in Co. Louth. She is married to Colm for over 30 years and has two children and one grandchild. She completed her Theology Degree by Distance Education at the Priory Institute Dublin in 2011 and her Masters in Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies at The School of Ecumenics at Trinity College Dublin in 2014. She has written for a number of Theological Journals in Ireland and has also broadcast on Irish National Radio - TE - in their Living Word slot on morning radio. She has also written a number of articles for the Polio Survivor Magazine in Ireland. She is a member of We Are Church Ireland and Root & Branch Lay Led Synod Group and is passionate about reform in the Catholic Church. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/08072022 to learn more about Jackie, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

Real Weddings with Sara
Series 4 Episode 4 Windward Hotels and Resorts - Wedding Venues

Real Weddings with Sara

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:43


Welcome to episode 4 in Series 4! This week Sara chats to three wedding coordinators/planners from three beautiful hotels in the The Windward Group in Ireland. This Irish group operates fifteen hotels in Ireland and the Continent. In this episode Sara chats to Andrea in Ballymacscanlon House in Co. Louth, Danielle in Farnham Estate in Cavan and Samantha in Harvey's Point in Donegal. All three wedding planners give the inside take on the steps couples take when booking their venue and deciding on what is right for them and the day. Each hotel boasts individual beauty, charm and the signature hospitality that is synonymous with this group, so choosing what is right for the couple is carefully guided by the all important role of the wedding coordinator in the hotel. If you have been wondering what questions to ask, what to look out for and what to expect when booking your big day at a hotel , then this is the episode for you! Some great tips are packed inside!

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights
Pro cyclist almost left paralysed by rope trap

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:36


Sean Nolan, Professional Cyclist with the EvoPro Racing Team was left with four broken ribs and fractured bones in two different vertebrae when he came off his bike at Townley Hall woods in Louth. It appears a rope trap was deliberately set on the mountain trail and could have left him paralysed. Sean spoke to Newstalk Breakfast about his experience.

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
Pro cyclist almost left paralysed by rope trap

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:36


Sean Nolan, Professional Cyclist with the EvoPro Racing Team was left with four broken ribs and fractured bones in two different vertebrae when he came off his bike at Townley Hall woods in Louth. It appears a rope trap was deliberately set on the mountain trail and could have left him paralysed. Sean spoke to Newstalk Breakfast about his experience.

That Great Business Show
Episode 96 That Great Business Show - Mike McGrath, Kwayga - Anne Butterly, EasyDry - Eithne Sweeney, Wires Uncrossed - John Bourdeaux, AdvanceCT

That Great Business Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 81:56


1.30" Mike McGrath co-founder of Kwayga - matching suppliers and buyers in the food industry. They have 50,000 suppliers on the platform, they have 1,000 active users, heading for 2,000 which Mike says is a tipping point on a platform. They're raising money and heading to grow big in the US. The good news is that small businesses can join for free. Aramark is a customer. They're very actively looking for Italian suppliers, something the Italian embassy may be interested in.His 'hire in a heartbeat', Rachel Botsman, who makes complex things clear and has done a lot of work on creating 'trust' online.20.00" Anne Butterly, founder of Louth based, Easydry - founded in 2005, that makes compostable fibre based towels. 'Hard work and dedication gets you places' she says. She explains how she cracked the hairdressing market, which brought her product worldwide. Market research is in her blood and she gives a masterclass on how to research markets and sectors. Not everything she has tried has worked, and she tells why. 'Keep innovating' is the way to keep ahead in terms of protecting your IP. BTW, a hair salon uses 12,000 a year!Her 'hire in a heartbeat', Leonardo de Caprio, who funds environmentally positive businesses, but she also wants him to make an ad for Easydry42.00" Eithne Sweeney, co-founder, Wires Uncrossed. In 2012 she and Myles, her husband, sailed from New Zealand to Mayo and this was the founding of her business, that aims to help technical teams to better understood, avoiding acronyms and colloquialisms. We love 'Top Tips' on That Great Business Show. Eithne gives us three of her top tips, all straightforward but all essential. They worked with Frontera amongst others in New Zealand.Her hires in a heartbeat? Mindlab founder Francis Valintine, Dr. Michelle Dickinson, promoting STEM learning worldwide, Stephanie O'Malley, founder of DESTY.63.00" John Bourdeaux, President AdvanceCT. John goes through all of the attractions of Connecticut for Irish businesses starting out to tackle the US market. He does business differently, and he gives his own personal phone number (+1 860 248 9880) to TeamGBS, that he will answer himself, to help Irish companies find their CT business. Irish company Nuritas is one of the most recent businesses to have chosen CT for their base.His 'hires in a heartbeat', Indra Nooyi former boss at Pepsico and Jim Loree, CEO Stanley Black and DeckerThanks to De Facto Shave Oil. The world's best shaving oil.hY5c6HhFqpXlOOxtL9uR Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SportsDaz
SportsDaz Football (Wednesday, 6th July 2022)

SportsDaz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 87:45


Darren Kelly and Niamh Kindlon present the magazine show looking at the TG4 All-Ireland championships. Schedule: 3:10 - Sarah Rowe (Coca-Cola Thank You Fund Ambassador) 21:35 - Latest News 38:30 - Preview - Armagh vs Kerry 1:03:05 - Preview - Meath vs Galway Collingwood AFLW star Sarah Rowe joins us to talk about her role as a Coca Cola Thank You Fund Ambassador (click HERE). We also discuss Mayo vs Cork, how difficult it is not to be with the county this year, other LGFA thoughts and the experience of being on 'Pulling With My Parents.' Darren and Niamh look at the latest news including the excessive expenses for inter county players as reported in the42.ie, Louth manager Wayne Freeman stepping aside, Westmeath's relegation back to intermediate following their loss to Cavan, this week's tie between Monaghan and Waterford, the TG4 senior quarter-finals, and the intermediate and junior semis. We focus on the two games LIVE on TG4 starting with Armagh against Kerry on Saturday (5pm Tullamore). The Orchard County have taken a big gamble by not driving on for top spot in Group B and the pressure is on them leading into this Division 2 League Final rematch. Meanwhile, the Kingdom have been quietly going about their business. And then attention turns to the second game (7.15pm Tullamore) as All-Ireland champions Meath meet Galway. Two counties that don't cross paths often, this is their first championship meeting in 16 years and first competitive clash since 2014. The Tribeswomen have a good record against the Royals but Meath are a tougher unit now. == SPORTSDAZ FOOTBALL broadcasts every Wednesday on sportsdaz.ie Theme Song (c) josephmcdade.com/music Next week on THE THIRD HALF, we review Armagh vs Kerry, and Meath vs Galway #SportsDaz

The Bogey Men
Brendan Lawlor | Ep.109

The Bogey Men

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 20:39


It's been a wild few years for the world's best disability golfer, Brendan Lawlor. Since signing for Modest! Golf, Brendan's rise to World #1 has been meteoric, but he hasn't forgotten where he comes from and always strives to bring the sport of disability golf along the journey with him. The Louth man has had some mind-blowing encounters, from hanging out with Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, JT and others, to meeting Tiger Woods. The game of golf has been very good to Brendan in return for all the great work he is doing for it. Brendan spoke to Jonny about being born with, amongst other things, a hole in his heart, and how this has made him a fighter in all aspects of life. At the Horizon Irish Open Brendan was constantly asked for autographs and selfies as the world of golf sees and appreciates Brendan for the brilliant talent and man that he is. As you'd expect, Brendan is taking life in his stride, and why wouldn't you? The 25-year old funny man and ferocious talent continues to dream big with talk of World Tours, Paralympics firmly on the agenda. Kwack golf have launched their new line of golf clothing and you need to get your hands on them! Go visit Kwackgolf.com, enter code 'Bogeymen' at checkout and get 15% off! Thank you for listening. Your support and feedback is really important to us and helps us make the best content for you that we can! We have more new videos coming to our YouTube Channel soon, so please subscribe to our channel for something you have never seen before! If you have any thoughts or comments let us know and leave a review. Get in touch with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bogeymenpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BogeyPod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bYG9Ud9Vyy7Gfa6mrcaBAv

Today with Claire Byrne
A Lookahead to the Summer Economic statement

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 16:27


Daniel McConnell, Political Editor of the Irish Examiner, Robert Troy, Minister of State, Dept of Enterprise, Trade, Employment, Ged Nash, Labour TD for Louth and party spokesm

SportsDaz
SportsDaz Football (Friday, 17th June 2022)

SportsDaz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 77:07


Darren Kelly & Niamh Kindlon present the magazine show looking at the TG4 All-Ireland Championships). Schedule: 1:35 - Shannen McLoughlin (Louth captain) 12:45 - News 34:15 - Preview - Cork vs Donegal (TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship) 56:25 - Preview - Armagh vs Meath (TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship) We start the show by chatting to Louth captain Shannen McLoughlin following their one-point win over Clare last week that saw them finish as Group B winners in the TG4 All-Ireland intermediate championship. Among the news items discussed are no cash allowed on big match days, Hugh Donnelly steps down as Leitrim manager, Na Gaeil Aeracha - Dublin's LGBTQ+ club are special guests at Dublin's Pride Parade, and we chat about Period Poverty, ahead of the re-release of last year's interview with Antrim chairperson Shauna Adams on Monday. Our first featured game is Sunday's meeting of Cork and Donegal (2pm Clane) in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship. It's their first meeting since the 2021 league semi-final and both will want to lay down a marker and finish as Group D winners. Then it's the rematch we've all been waiting for - Armagh vs Meath (Sunday, 3.45pm Glennon Brothers Pearse Park). The Royal County's win in last year's quarter-final sent shockwaves around the country as they went on their stunning journey to All-Ireland success. What to the Orchard county have in store for revenge? == SPORTSDAZ FOOTBALL returns to Wednesdays from next week on sportsdaz.ie Check out THE THIRD HALF next Tuesday where we review Cavan vs Mayo, & Armagh vs Meath. Theme Song (c) josephmcdade.com/music #SportsDaz

Ariel's Entertainment  Podcast
EP. 200- Be You, Do You, For YOU! Guest Music Promoter/Writer Kellii K!

Ariel's Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 28:38


In This Episode 200 We Have Special Guest Music Promoter “Kellii K” Who Tells Us How She Became A Writer, Talk Show Host, Actress, and how to make it your passion/purpose/living! Follow & Support “Kellii” Instagram @kellii_k @thriveindie @listed_interviewsFollow & Support Me @Venmo- @Ariel-Castillo-4PayPal- Paypal.me/arielentTIKTOK- @Arielent.comAriel Castillo SoundcloudInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/arielentpod/Website- Arielent.com

Clare FM - Podcasts
Clare FM Sideline View Friday June 10th 2022

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 49:33


Coming up on the show: We will look ahead to Clare's All Ireland qualifier showdown with Roscommon, make the draws for the 2022 Clare senior camogie championship, preview Clare's Ladies Intermediate Football championship clash with Louth, hear how Broadford GAA are remembering two of their own, and we will check in with Sporting Ennistymon after issues surrounding the registration of a Ukrainian refugee and the impact it has had.

The Big Red Bench | Cork's RedFM
Saturday, June 4th

The Big Red Bench | Cork's RedFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 57:15


Huge show reacting to Cork's win over Louth, John Cleary and Mickey Harte give their thoughts. Ger McCarthy also joins us he was in Pairc ui Chaoimh. Aidan is heartbroken after Kerry's one point loss to Antrim in the Joe McDonagh Cup final. Three Red Kings Tom Savage looks back at the van Graan era at Munster. And Liam Maher tells us about the IMART world cup in Cork. 

GAA Statsman Podcast
GAA Statsman Podcast #58: Cork v Louth Preview with Dan Bannon (Louth and Proud Podcast)

GAA Statsman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 42:23


In this episode, Matt is joined by Dan Bannon from the Louth and Proud Podcast to preview this weekend's All Ireland SFC Qualifier. Discussed will be: -Louth's strengths and weaknesses -Mickey Harte -Key Battles -Cork's brave display v Kerry -Who will mark Sam Mulroy -and our predictions for the game Use the code STATSMAN11 on the FortuneFavours.ie website to get 11% off at checkout. Check out Louth and Proud here: Website

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Just over 33,000 people from Ukraine have arrived here since Feb

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 3:10


Olga Chekmaieva, originally from Odessa who's now in permanent accommodation in Louth speaks to our reporter Aisling Moloney

PODDELAS
FABI SANTINA - PODDELAS #149

PODDELAS

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 170:13


E no programa de hoje vamos receber ela que é influenciadora, youtuber, empresária, escritora, mãe, FABI SANTINA! Vamos bater um papo super gostoso sobre vida, carreira, maternidade e muito mais. @fabisantina @poddelas @boounzueta @tata Para conhecer a coleção completa de sapatos Louth, clique aqui https://www.louth.com.br Cupom: PODDELAS

GAA on Off The Ball
TFP - Ep. 18: Donegal expectation, Kildare's Plan A, Ros-Galway, Keith Higgins, Tailteann Cup predictions

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 86:11


Welcome to Ep. 18 of The Football Pod 2.0 - James O'Donoghue and Paddy Andrews are back talking Football with Tommy Rooney. Timestamps below. (01:30) – Special Guest Announcement for The Football Pod LIVE! (13:30) – Tailteann Cup drama: Niall McNamee is still producing. (21:30) – Qualifier draw and reaction: Mayo v Monaghan, Clare v Meath, Armagh v Tyrone, Cork v Louth. (30:00) – Connacht Final - Roscommon v Galway (40:00) – Leinster Final - Kildare v Dublin (51:30) – Ulster Final - Derry v Donegal (01:01:30) – Munster Final – Kerry v Limerick (01:06:30) – Provincial Final Predictions and Tailteann Cup calls. (01:17:00) – Shoutouts and TFP Listener Questions: O'Donoghue's odd solo, the Donegal press. (01:33:30) – Fantasy Football Reminders! Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod' feed. Brought to you in partnership with AIB - proud sponsors of the GAA Senior Football Championship. Check out #TheToughest for more. We want to hear your questions too - get in touch on twitter or instagram or email: thefootballpod@offtheball.com

SportsDaz
The Third Half (Tuesday, 26th April 2022)

SportsDaz

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 32:00


The weekly show chatting to those involved or close to the weekend's action. Schedule: 0:00 - Aimee McAleenan (Down camogie captain - 1-14 to 1-13 winners over Derry in Ulster senior camogie semi-final) 10:15 - Ian Cooney (Sports Editor - Roscommon Herald - watched Roscommon's 4-17 to 3-3 win over Sligo in Connacht intermediate championship) 20:45 - Sarah Jane Winders (Wicklow camogie captain - 0-8 to 0-6 winners over Louth in Leinster intermediate football championship) Aimee McAleenan chats about the tough battle they had against Derry, Down's year so far, their upcoming Ulster Final against Antrim and the honour of being asked to lead her county. Ian Cooney watched Roscommon's victory over Sligo in Connacht. Is this a Roscommon revival after their loss to Leitrim, where does the result leave Sligo, Clare's participitation in Connacht and their clash with Roscommon next week. Sarah Jane Winders talks about Wicklow's first win this season after some near misses, the character shown in the closing stages to get past Louth, new players and management in the Garden County, and next week's game against Wexford. Click HERE on Patroen.com for just €5 per month. == THE THIRD HALF broadcasts every Tuesday on sportsdaz.ie Theme Song (c) josephmcdade.com/music #SportsDaz

The Football Pod
TFP - Ep. 18: Donegal expectation, Kildare's Plan A, Ros-Galway, Keith Higgins, Tailteann Cup predictions

The Football Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 86:10


Welcome to Ep. 18 of The Football Pod 2.0 - James O'Donoghue and Paddy Andrews are back talking Football with Tommy Rooney. Timestamps below. (01:30) – Special Guest Announcement for The Football Pod LIVE! (13:30) – Tailteann Cup drama: Niall McNamee is still producing. (21:30) – Qualifier draw and reaction: Mayo v Monaghan, Clare v Meath, Armagh v Tyrone, Cork v Louth. (30:00) – Connacht Final - Roscommon v Galway (40:00) – Leinster Final - Kildare v Dublin (51:30) – Ulster Final - Derry v Donegal (01:01:30) – Munster Final – Kerry v Limerick (01:06:30) – Provincial Final Predictions and Tailteann Cup calls. (01:17:00) – Shoutouts and TFP Listener Questions: O'Donoghue's odd solo, the Donegal press. (01:33:30) – Fantasy Football Reminders! Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod' feed. Brought to you in partnership with AIB - proud sponsors of the GAA Senior Football Championship. Check out #TheToughest for more. We want to hear your questions too - get in touch on twitter or instagram or email: thefootballpod@offtheball.com

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
"It's less hassle for them to sit on a vacant site!"

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 9:48


Housing Minister Darragh O'Brien has said that the Government is planning to introduce a vacant property tax in Budget 2023 which could impact on an estimated 137,000 properties. A vacant designation would be based on data collated by the local property tax. Fergus O'Dowd Fine Gael TD for Louth joined Kieran to discuss what impact a tax would have and why so many houses lay vacant while the country battles through the housing crisis. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Today with Claire Byrne
The Gathering

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 29:11


Fergus O' Dowd- Fine Gael TD for Louth, Brid Smith- People Before Profit TD for Dublin South Central, Patricia McBride- Columnist, Irish News, Ellen Coyne- News Correspondent, Irish Independent, Peter Summerton - M.D., McCulla Transport and Freight Company

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
"It's a ticket to emigrating away!"

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 12:00


New figures show the Governments targets for affordable houses between now and 2026 are tiny. Commuter counties like Kildare and Louth are only due to get 45 houses each. And our cities are doing much better - 113 homes will be built in Cork,53 in Limerick and 75 in Galway. Rory Hearne Assistant Professor of Social Policy at Maynooth University and Thomas Fortune Independent Councillor on Wicklow County Council joined Kieran to discuss the repercussions of the ongoing housing crisis on younger generations who are being priced out of the market.   Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Backdoor GAA Podcast
Galway and Donegal advance | Kildare vs Louth | Tyrone vs Derry

Backdoor GAA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 90:10


Brian Kavanagh, Danny Hughes and Davy Burke look back on last weekend's action and look forward to this weekend's action. This podcast is brought to you by Hanleys Clean Meals Hanleys Clean Meals pride themselves on providing you with nutritionally balanced prepped meals, that will aid you in all walks of life, whether it be weight loss, weight management or if you just want to live a healthier lifestyle. Hanleys Clean Meals provide meals to numerous inter county teams. For more information visit hanleyscleanmeals.ie or follow them on social media.

GAA on Off The Ball
GAA Late Night: Galway lord it over Mayo, Horan pressure, who can live with Limerick, Louth on the rise, Armagh disappoint

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 66:14


Welcome along to another episode of GAA Late Night - the Championship phone-in show from OTB, we'll be live every Sunday night throughout the season on Twitter Spaces or you can catch the podcast back here in the 'OTB GAA' feed. We want you to tune live and call in with your thoughts, it's your chance to have your say! This week, our host Tommy Rooney is joined by Daithi Regan, former Galway dual-star Barry Cullinane and a host of callers to break down and react to a brilliant weekend of Championship action, enjoy!

GAA on Off The Ball
SAM MULROY | Changing Louth's mentality | Mickey Harte's influence | Top scorer in Ireland | Chasing greatness

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 21:39


Louth captain Sam Mulroy joined Nathan Murphy in studio on Thursday evening to discuss their Division 3 National League success. Mulroy explained what it is like to play under Mickey Harte and Gavin Devlin, developing as a captain and changing Louth's collective mentality in recent years. GAA with AIB #TheToughest

The Football Pod
TFP - Ep. 11: Pints, Goals and the Teams of the League (x2), David Clifford, Connacht chaos

The Football Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 109:36


Welcome to Ep. 11 of The Football Pod 2.0 - former Kerry star James O'Donoghue and Dublin's seven time All-Ireland winner Paddy Andrews are back talking Football with Tommy Rooney of OTB. Topics and timestamps below! (00:15) – Welcome to TFP - league finals reaction. (06:15) – Pints in the Kingdom and Knocking on Jim Gavin's door (with a bag of cans!) (23:30) – Kerry win Div. 1: Clifford magic, Gavin White, Kerry defence, Shane Murphy. (46:30) – Roscommon win Div. 2: state of Connacht, flat Galway, drab Mayo - why? (59:30 ) – 'Take Your Goals': fallout from Louth and Cavan's league success. (01:12:00) – TFP Team of the League - the best of Div. 1 and 2. (01:30:00) – TFP Team of the League - the best of Div. 3 and 4. (01:38:00) – TFP Listeners: How did Paddy and James deal with Sledging? (01:45:30) – TFP Fantasy Football League Winners announced. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod' feed. Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think or send in questions on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: thefootballpod@offtheball.com

GAA on Off The Ball
TFP - Ep. 11: Pints, Goals and our Teams of the League (x2), David Clifford, Connacht chaos

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 109:38


Welcome to Ep. 11 of The Football Pod 2.0 - former Kerry star James O'Donoghue and Dublin's seven time All-Ireland winner Paddy Andrews are back talking Football with Tommy Rooney of OTB. Topics and timestamps below! (00:15) – Welcome to TFP - league finals reaction. (06:15) – Pints in the Kingdom and Knocking on Jim Gavin's door (with a bag of cans!) (23:30) – Kerry win Div. 1: Clifford magic, Gavin White, Kerry defence, Shane Murphy. (46:30) – Roscommon win Div. 2: state of Connacht, flat Galway, drab Mayo - why? (59:30 ) – 'Take Your Goals': fallout from Louth and Cavan's league success. (01:12:00) – TFP Team of the League - the best of Div. 1 and 2. (01:30:00) – TFP Team of the League - the best of Div. 3 and 4. (01:38:00) – TFP Listeners: How did Paddy and James deal with Sledging? (01:45:30) – TFP Fantasy Football League Winners announced. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod' feed. Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think or send in questions on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: thefootballpod@offtheball.com

The Throw-In
Kerry's title, Clifford's masterclass and Waterford's time?

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 47:04


Kerry are the 2022 football league champions with a fifteen point hammering of Mayo over the weekend but it was David Clifford's magic that once again set the game apart. Donnchadh Boyle and Dick Clerkin joined Sinéad Kissane on this week's Throw-In podcast to discuss all the football action and while Clifford's 1-06 was breathtaking, it's the rest of his game that really makes him special says Clerkin. “He is so creative, not just with himself, and to me that almost sets him apart. He just does so much damage to a team - again not just from his own boot, but from his own hands and vision - you could probably associate at least a goal and fifteen to him directly yesterday. It's just a phenomenal return for one player in an attacking unit that you know I've never seen myself, but I guess we're just privileged to be watching it at the minute.” Roscommon collected the Division 2 title with an injury time goal to seal the win over Galway while Cavan took Division 4 with victory over Tipperary and in Division 3 Mickey Harte continues to work his managerial wonders with Louth's win over Limerick that sees the Wee County return to Division 2. Meanwhile, in the hurling, John Mullane joined Sinéad and Donnchadh to look back on Waterford's fourth hurling league title after the Déise beat Cork by six points and 2022 could be a special year for the county he says. “They went up, collected the cup, took the congratulations, took the pats on the back and it was a case of we move on, Championship in two weeks' time and that's a sign of a really, really good team and what possibly could become a great team. They know what they want to achieve and I think everything's in place for them to go and possibly achieve the ultimate this year.” Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/ The Throw-In is in association with Allianz.

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson
Relegation woes for Dublin, joy for Monaghan, and Division 4 fixture nonsense

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 69:14


Darran O'Sullivan is joined by Eamon McGee and Finian Hanley to discuss the weekend's football action. (01:40) - Relegation for the Dubs, Monaghan stay up (10:36) - Lack of GAA coverage on TV (14:26) - Donegal v Armagh, rows, and strange team selections (25:30) - Inconsistent Lilywhites, the Mayo machine (30:00) - Are Tyrone the same team? Pressure on Kerry (37:00) - Offaly Controversy, Cork building (46:00) - Roscommon under the radar (52:00) - Progress for Limerick and Louth (56:30) - GAA fixtures nonsense and how to market the GAA

The Throw-In
The Dubs are down, Leinster's weakness, and Waterford on the verge of something special

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 51:08


Dublin relegated to Division 2 was just one of the many storylines from a fascinating and enthralling final round of football league games, but did the GAA miss a trick in not maximising the audience for an incredible, frantic day of football? Will we see the introduction of Friday night football as a way to whet people's appetites even more? Ciarán Whelan joined Will Slattery and Michael Verney on the latest Throw-In podcast to discuss all the main talking points from the weekend with Dublin's relegation dominating. “They can't complain,” said Whelan. “Their performance throughout the League was just far too patchy at times and it looked like they were getting a bit of structure back over the last two weeks but that wasn't prevalent in the first half yesterday and again they looked very, very disjointed, particularly from a defensive perspective.” Elsewhere, there's special mention also for Kerry and Mayo who meeting in the Division 1 final, and for Roscommon's return to the top flight, plus Limerick and Louth's promotion to Division 2. Meanwhile, in the hurling, John Mullane was on the show to discuss the stunning statement of intent from Waterford in their 19-point mauling of Wexford in the League hurling semi-final. “I think this Waterford team now are at the peak of their powers,” said Mullane. “I think they're ready to do something special and unfortunately for Wexford, they just came across a juggernaut yesterday.” The Déise meet Cork, who beat Kilkenny in the other semi-final, in a final to savour. Will this be the year of something big for Waterford hurlers? Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/ The Throw-In is in association with Allianz.

GAA on Off The Ball
OTB Football | Darren Clarke and Paddy Kelly | Louth promotion prospects, Cork relegation fears, Teams in transition

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 29:39


Johnny Ward firstly joined by former Louth star Darren Clarke to talk about the Wee counties promotion hopes and then 2010 All-Ireland winner with Cork Paddy Kelly joins us to discuss the Rebel county who face Offaly this weekend in a must win encounter for both teams @AIB_GAA

OTB Football
League of Ireland Late Night: Derry Go Top, Rovers Drop More Points, Drogs Win Louth Derby

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 82:31


Shane Keegan, Johnny Ward, and Nathan Murphy were joined by fans from across the Premier and First Divisions on League of Ireland Late Night on a night where Derry beat Pats to go to the summit. Take part in the debate every Friday night on Twitter Spaces on the Off The Ball account.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Remembering those who died during the pandemic

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 6:18


Majella Beattie, CEO of Care Champions, discusses the groups candlelight vigils in Louth and Cork to remember the over 2,000 people who died in nursing homes due to covid-19.